Specialist Education in Cheshire

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Our specialist educational settings in the picturesque village of Lymm, Cheshire offer the perfect opportunity for your child to learn, grow and develop in an environment tailored to their own individual needs.

When it comes to offering education to children with special educational needs or learning disabilities, each child is completely different, and requires a tailored, specialist approach to learning. Which is why our specialist school and college provisions based in Cheshire offer just that.

Alongside a fully inclusive and developed caring environment, the educational curriculum is personalised to ensure each student and child can achieve their personal full potential. From ages 5 to 25, our educational settings provide a firm emphasis and foundation for lifelong learning, providing your child with the skills they need to thrive, despite their personal difficulties.

Our staff are hand-picked and trained to offer the best possible care and support for your child. Our teachers work closely alongside therapists, families and carers to create a structured learning environment where students with a broad range of abilities can engage, learn and progress.

Our school looks to build around the individual life circumstances of each student and their family by offering both flexible day and residential placements:

  • Day placements can support young people to live at home whilst still allowing them to access meaningful specialist education, and in addition, offer extended day provision in support of family resilience.
  • Residential placements are generally available on a 52 or 38-week basis, however ‘creativity’ and ‘individuality’ being our trademark, support can be stepped up or down throughout any students’ school career to ensure an effective parent partnership.

To find out more about our specialist educational services in Cheshire and surrounding areas, feel free to get in touch with our team, or by visiting the school pages of our website.


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